WASHINGTON - If a busy weekend kept you out and about (and away from your computer) you're not alone. But there is still time to catch up on all the news that broke in our area this weekend before you head into your week and get lost in Thanksgiving preparations!
Here are the top 5 local headlines you might have missed this weekend, as chosen by the FOX5DC.com staff.
After a nearly week-long search that shut down a college campus on Maryland's Eastern Shore, the body of Jacob Marberger was found near Hamburg, Pa.
As the world continued to mourn a series of attacks in Paris, many began questioning when, and where, terrorists would strike next. FOX 5's Alexandra Limon reported that D.C. Police were beginning to take extra precautions in our area, especially at 'soft targets' like night clubs, restaurants and bars-- some of the places hit hardest in the Paris attacks.
A nearly 500-pound man was pronounced dead this weekend after his family called emergency services about a possible PCP overdose.
One teenager died and another was seriously injured this weekend after speeding off from a police officer who was attempting to pull them over in Loudoun County.
Fairfax County Police resorted to an unusual technique to try to identify a man struck by a vehicle in Falls Church. The department released photos of the man's unique tattoos in the hopes that someone would recognize the ink and help identify the hospitalized man.